2... Greer Lightspeed and Suhr Eclipse. Low, mid, and high gain/boosted lead sounds, and then I'll stack the lightspeed into the Eclipse if I want a little more sparkle. It's a lot of sounds out of not a lot of pedals.
Main dirt is the CBA Brothers. I have a Tumnus in front of it that I use combine with a low-medium gain sound on the Brothers to get a great medium gain tone, and then a CBA Condor after the Brothers to tighten everything up and add some drive/gain. With those three I can shape my tone pretty will and cover all kinds of drive and distortion sounds.
I also have a ZVex Fuzz Factory for some wilder stuff.
was doing 90s-now pop/rock/country covers, ended up with 5 "gain" pedals
Barber Tone Press- comp/little bit of a clean boost
Barber LTD- low gain, country/blues
Barber Direct Drive- Marshally good ness, 90s alt rock
Bluebeard Fuzz- muffy fun, modern alt rock leads mostly
EHX LPB1 or Barber Linden EQ- end of chain solo boost if needed (rarely)
the Linden EQ and Tone press also get packed onto my DI bass board for recording, along with the Bluebeard and a VT bass.